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Saturday, November 25, 2017

UNHCR doubts safe Rohingya repatriation

| By News Desk
Conditions in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state are not in place to enable safe and sustainable returns of more than 600,000 Rohin-gya refugees who fled violence to Bangladesh since late
UNHCR doubts safe Rohingya repatriation

Are mobile networks ready for 4G service

| By Fakhruddin Mehedi
Leaving behind 3G, the country is going to launch 4G soon as the guidelines have already been finalized by the authorities. But is our ecosystem is ready for
Are mobile networks ready for 4G service

BNP doubts signed with Myanmar could be implemented

| By Asian Age Online
BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Friday voiced concern whether the Rohingya repatriation instrument signed with Myanmar will be implemented effectively or
BNP doubts signed with Myanmar could be implemented

Rakhine not yet safe for Rohingyas: UNHCR

| By Asian Age Online
Conditions in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state "are not in place to enable safe and sustainable returns" of more than
Rakhine not yet safe for Rohingyas: UNHCR

Rohingyas return must meet int’l standards: UNHCR

| By Asian Age Online
The return of Rohingyas must be voluntary, and take place in safe and dignified conditions that pave the way for lasting solutions, said the
Rohingyas return must meet int’l standards: UNHCR

‘Trump hit on my wife after gate-crashing a party’

| By Asian Age Online
Actor Billy Baldwin has accused US President Donald Trump of hitting on his wife after gate crashing a party
‘Trump hit on my wife after gate-crashing a party’

Railway’s daily passengers expected to double in 2 years

| By Asian Age Online
If the ongoing development projects are completed within the stipulated time, then the number of daily train passengers will rise to 5 lakh from
Railway’s daily passengers expected to double in 2 years

Buddhist nationalism burns as Pope visits Myanmar

| By Asian Age Online
A fiery brand of Buddhist nationalism is burning brighter than ever as Myanmar braces for its first ever papal
Buddhist nationalism burns as Pope visits Myanmar

PM mourns Bari Siddiqui’s death

| By Asian Age Online
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Friday expressed deep shock at the death of eminent folksinger, lyricist and flautist Bari Siddiqui.
PM mourns Bari Siddiqui’s death

Outside monitors needed for Rohingya return: Rights groups

| By Asian Age Online
Human rights groups called on Friday for international agencies to be allowed to monitor
 Outside monitors needed for Rohingya return: Rights groups

BD, Myanmar discuss trade, energy cooperation under BCIM

| By Asian Age Online
Bangladesh and Myanmar have discussed ways to further strengthen cooperation in the areas of trade, energy and connectivity under Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar (BCIM) initiative.
BD, Myanmar discuss trade, energy cooperation under BCIM

Police ‘shootout’ kills 1 ‘robber’

| By Asian Age Online
A suspected robber has been killed in Dhaka city’s Khilgaon area in what police have described as a gunfight.
Police ‘shootout’ kills 1 ‘robber’

'Needle abuse' found in Beijing nursery

| By Asian Age Online
A Beijing nursery is accused of giving injections and feeding drugs to toddlers, in a case that has sparked outrage in China.
'Needle abuse' found in Beijing nursery

Train hits truck in Gazipur,1 dead

| By Asian Age Online
A train has hit a stationary truck at a level-crossing in Kaliakair upazila, leaving the train’s assistant driver dead and 15 passengers injured.
Train hits truck in Gazipur,1 dead

US ends search for sailors after Philippine Sea air crash

| By Asian Age Online
The US Navy on Friday called off its search for three American sailors missing since their plane crashed
US ends search for sailors after Philippine Sea air crash

2 killed in Pakistan's Peshawar blast

| By Asian Age Online
At least two police personnel, including a high-ranked officer, were killed in a blast in Pakistan's northwest provincial
2 killed in Pakistan's Peshawar blast

Baby ordered out of Japan assembly

| By Asian Age Online
A local Japanese politician has been criticised by lawmakers for trying to bring her baby to a council session.
Baby ordered out of Japan assembly

13 Myanmar passengers killed in Thai van crash

| By Asian Age Online
Thirteen Burmese people were killed Friday when their van collided with a truck in central Thailand and burst
13 Myanmar passengers killed in Thai van crash

'North Koreans' wash ashore in Japan

| By Asian Age Online
A boat carrying eight men claiming to be North Korean fishermen has washed ashore the coast in Japan.
'North Koreans' wash ashore in Japan

'Explosion' dashes sub crew survival hopes

| By Asian Age Online
Hopes that the 44 crew of a missing Argentine submarine might still be alive have been dashed after the navy said an event consistent
'Explosion' dashes sub crew survival hopes

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